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    Mach II GT

    Rumour has it that they will be showing yet another derivative at CeBIT next week - the Mach II GT, they have this running at 4.95GHz off a P4 3.2 Prescott currently. This will be avaliable as of April.

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    Isn't it the MachII ST or at least that was what I had heard on another forums...
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    They have 2

    ST and GT

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    Waiting to see what some sort of response appears over at xtremesystems
    By JCviggen who also works for NVentiv.

    But wth the recent farce with Asetek with regards to NVentiv and also
    using members ideas for there VapoChill LS I expect NVentiv to be on the
    defence pretty soon.

    The Vapochill LS uses R507 Gas and evap design I believe based on
    Xtremes member Baker18 and mounting design I think by Bowman1964
    either way they seem to be getting some free LS systems going by whats
    said over extremesystems.

    The new NVentiv ST just seems a cut down version of the MarkII with
    same performance and using R134a Gas.

    So the VapoChill LS on paper is a better product so it would not surprise me
    that a GT version were to appear to match or pass the performace offered
    by the Vapochill LS.

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    <cough> http://www.chip-con.com/index.php?pageid=102

    Do like this quote..
    The Mach II GT reaches evaporating temperatures around -65ºC at 0watt, -51ºC at 100watt and -38ºC at 200watt. This gives you the most extreme cooling performance without compromising reliability.
    Last edited by PMM; 17-03-2004 at 02:18 AM.

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